Invariants and cues

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (1):102-103 (2001)

The concepts of invariants and cues are useful, as are those of dorsal and ventral streams, but Norman overgeneralizes when interweaving them. Cues are not confined to identification tasks, invariants not to action, and both can be learned
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